If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed out, it may be time to delve deeper into your mental health to reclaim your well-being. Join Dr. Nigel Lester, psychiatrist and Director of Mental Health at PALM Health, for a short webinar and info session about managing stress. Dr. Lester will share a 10-minute overview of our new InSight assessment and plan, which helps participants learn more about themselves, their ability to manage stress, and their current lifestyle choices that may be interfering with their resilience to life’s challenges. There will be a brief question and answer session at the end of the webinar.
Join Anthropedia for a virtual evening of music, comedy, and stories that explore how we can cultivate greater hope, laughter, and levity in times of darkness. Founded by the same leadership team that created PALM Health, Anthropedia is a nonprofit organization that teaches individuals, professionals, and other nonprofits effective ways to cultivate mental health. Anthropedia helps people struggling with issues such as toxic stress, burnout, anxiety, and depression. But more than that, they help people learn how to live a good life, full of meaning and purpose, resilience, and well-being. Your donation helps Anthropedia continue its research, development, training, and coaching.
Is your child having problems with focus, attention, stress, anxiety, or school performance? PALM Health has a neurofeedback package specially designed to help children and families address these symptoms. Neurofeedback, or “brain training,” is a learning therapy that measures brainwaves, then provides performance-based feedback to improve various brain functions such as attention. The virtual package includes your choice of all-virtual sessions or a combination of in-person and virtual sessions, as well as two months of remote neurofeedback software and equipment rental.
Depression, anxiety, and many other mental illnesses are on the rise in the twenty-first century. We sat down with Dr. Nigel Lester, Director of Mental Health at PALM, to ask for his insight.